tv Special Report With Bret Baier FOX News November 5, 2012 3:00pm-4:00pm PST
>> greg: "joy of hate." get out and vote. ♪ ♪ >> bret: the long struggle for presidency comes down to the final frantic hours. both of close quarter combatants seven miles apart in fight for key battleground. this is "special report." ♪ ♪ >> bret: the multiyear marathon that is the 2012 presidential campaign is in the final stretch. they both hope for the final kick to get them across the finish line. good evening. i'm bret baier. how close is it? polls have romney and obama in deadlock. gallup has it 49-48 romney.
real clear politics average of recent national polls has the president ahead by a little more than half a point. just ahead, karl rove and joe trippi break down the final electoral map and offer their prediction. the tug of war over ohio landed two men, not joe and carl, president obama and governor romney in shouting distance in the state capital. chief political correspondent begins our coverage from columbus. >> romney hit four states, tossup in the poll and the map to 270 electoral votes. >> we could begin better tomorrow, tomorrow and with the help of people in florida that will happen. >> first stop, florida, with shot at the president to shore up lead that dwindled. >> cared more about the liberal agenda than repairing the economy. did obamacare create new jobs?
>> no! >> latinos are big in florida. and nationwide romney hoped to poll in 30s. he's been in 20s for months. first of two stops in virginia, lynchburg. >> get everyone we know out to vote tuesday. every voter get out. >> then fairfax to fortify the narrow essential in polls. to continue his potent contrast of the remark by the president when the supporters booed the mere mention of romney. >> no, no, no. don't boo. vote. vote. voting is the best revenge. >> president obama asked the supports to vote for revenge. >> i ask the american people to vote for love of country. >> then romney who taped a halftime message for tonight's monday night football game moved to ohio. romney couldn't win without the buckeye state but it's tougher.
he added two election day sto stops. one in ohio and the other in pittsburgh. kid rock headlined a rally in ohio with romney last week, will reapair at the late night culminating event in new hampshire tonight. every stop he needs victory to turn out through it. both candidates did it in 2008 and 2004. for romney, opportunity to stay in ohio and pennsylvania, he will keep on working. behalf of those struggling for work. >> bret: can barely hear you. thanks. the man trying to hold on to the commander and chief job is getting help from the boss. ed henry is traveling with the president and the backup
singers. >> this is his last day of barm storming ever. aides say if he loses to romney there is no comeback tour in 2016. >> i fly around with him on the last day i will campaign. not a bad way to end things. >> nostalgia in the air as brought bruce springstein along for the ride. >> the mt. hopes the firewall is wisconsin, ohio. >> columbus, j-z joined the van. >> the stop in iowa is hawkeye state where the movement began four years ago. the first lady will be at the rally late tonight. the president invited aides like robert gribs to ride along on air force one for the emotional last push. dition pite hanging in the balance whether it will live
or die. the president was confident enough to show the dance moves on sunday. stevie wonder serenaded him. >> in private, the advisors think it's possible to run the table and win all nine of the remaining battleground. the president team is anxious enough about the surge. they raised clinton to four stops in pennsylvania today. >> i want barack obama and you do, too. >> on sunday, obama chris crossed the four battlegrounds. weariness visible as he walked down the stairs of air force one at 3:00 in the morning. the final case on trust. president still faces lingering questions about his handling of the terror attacks in benghazi and unkept promises on the economy. >> this is not just about the policy but trust. you may be frustrated with change. so am i.
but i say what i mean and i mean what i say. >> no more campaigning tomorrow. probably play basketball with friends. his ritual on election day. he wants to keep that. superstitious about it. good luck for him. to advisors were direct saying they think the president will win popular and electoral vote and suggested he might sweep the remaining nine battlegrounds. we will see in 24 hours if they back it-up. >> bret: one side will be wrong. what do you think the turn-out is like in your area? let me know on twitter. follow me@bretbaier. we're one day from what could be the closest presidential elections in history. we'll see whether all the trips to the battleground state will pay off. joining me now as always, karl rove, the former bush senior
advisor and strategist joe trippi. okay. here is the latest map. you can see from the info on the key. red is romney. blue, obama. pinkish states. lean romney. yellow are tossup states. these are based on polls from the last two weeks. start on what changed and then to final map. karl? >> record 96 state level polls last week and 31 states. ten states showed movement toward romney and 13 states toward movement to romney. but only one change in status. wisconsin by less than a point flips by three points for obama. to four points. it shows how tight it is and how little movement there is at the end. by flipping it from less than 3-1/2 to over 3-1/2. it changes status. only one. smallest number of change of status since april.
>> bret: significant in wisconsin? >> not much, at up with point it could be noise. this says that sandy did freeze the race. took the focus off. record polls. but nothing really changes. one-point move in wisconsin. i'm sure obama folks are happy it will go that way. but it doesn't mean anything. >> four states lean his direction for 231. it leaves romney with 180 in his column. 206. >> people watch the polls ever so slightly change. day-to-day. some of them go up six or seven points on the state. >> they look at the polls and say i don't get it. there is skepticism. state level polls sometimes
you got fly-by-night operators and sometimes you got people like a des moines register poll they understand. we average these together. eight states with 101 electoral college votes too. close to call. we have six other states to that could show up in somebody else's column. >> this is the most polling we have seen in presidential election. this isn't even close. in the last week, we have twice as many national polls as eight years ago. last time, we run, depend ogen the week three or four times state level polls as we did eight years ago. >> the other thing, look, there is a thing called a margin of error. a poll shows bam ball at 50. he could be at 53. or 47. when you have a poll -- this is both numbers. his number and romney's number to be off by three points
each. this can be six points apart. >> it could be even bigger. the nbc "wall street journal" poll had nine point advantage in democrats in the poll. that is bigger than 80. 12 will be democratic year than 2008. >> bret: for romney to win tuesday, polls have to be wrong. >> some have to be wrong a little because the vase that close. the national polls in the last, in the last week, 23 polls,be if you average them together. 48.3 for romney. 48.1 for obama. as of 10:00 this morning. so it's dead especially. knife's edge, exciting outcome. >> bret: we said. we want no tossup. joe, first. prediction. here is your map. >> 303 electoral vote for obama. they include on swing states i think he will win or colorado.
iowa, ohio, virginia, new hampshire. >> my theory is somebody is right about the turn-out model. if obama mod is right, he will win a lot of the swing states. may win florida if the mod is right. if the romney mod is correct we are likely to see what karl's map will show. >> karl no, tossup. what does your map look up? >> i object to the tossups. a bunch of the states aren't tossup. nevada, i put it in the democratic column. a tossup. there it is. >> these were the rules. >> exactly. but you made the rules. owe didn't deliver your own map. >> 285 for romney 253 for obama. romney carries mccain state and florida. i thinkness and wisconsin, potential pennsylvania are knife's edge states. inness, up for nevada.
>> i think significantly and we have, there are true tossups we can argue. we agree on 46 states. roughly. there are only four states we disagree about. >> again, if you believe the turn-out miles that most poll show, obama would win by 300. five states. >> yeah. >> colorado, iowa, virginia, ohio, new hampshire. otherwise we agree. when we're forced to -- >> wrap up with this. we do this ipad app. >> so we want to pick some closest. the closeest to karl is mark alcott who had the same map. if you put it up, we will send mark something. what are we sending anymore >> out graphed copy of my book. >> okay. there you go. >> i'm sending one to him, too. closest to joe's map is alex
tomp kins. >> he agrees with me on every state but colorado. he will show obama winning 294. not the 303 that i picked out. he has a point about colorado. >> early vote, the republican lost early vote four years ago and went in the early vote this time around. this is close in polls. tied. i'll send him a copy of my book. >> i will send him a cop-/my book. 2 # 4 to 303 on democratic side. >> okay, thank you. as always, thank you. we have a big day tomorrow! the guys, everybody can submit maps. we'll keep putting them up. >> the maps that get closeest to it, joe and i'll send them the out graph book place to buy the books a slap them in the front of them. we're waiting for you map. looking forward to your map. >> maybe i'll get a book. thank you, guys. up next, another storm, could be whipping up trouble for
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>> bret: just what shivering people in new york and new jersey do not want to hear tonight. another storm is heading your way. the region could get hit again with a nor'easter expected wednesday. >> a ween after sandy, 1.4 million homes and businesses in the northeast have no power. a real problem as temperatures drop near freezing. >> somebody has to help us. somebody has to do something. we shouldn't be like this. this is not right for us to live this way. >> u.s. marines joined the national guard troops distributing aid and helping
residents begin the massive clean-up effort. >> the first couple of days were okay, then is losing house. then the anger started to boil. >> many coastal towns are off-limits to residents because of the dangerous conditions on the ground. in some communities like long beach, new york, recovery is a challenge with no heat, plumbing or safe drinking water. >> this is tough for long beach. nobody has seen this. >> new jersey, utility crews are making progress restoring electricity. 700,000 customers are still in the dark. long line for limited trains, ferry and fuel. gas rationing restrictions in effect in new jersey. drivers with license plate numbers can only buy on even days and odd plates on odd days. nor'easter on the way.
>> get the power back on and keep it on as we look to another storm. >> toilets won't flush, food is rotting, trash in street. the garbage collectors can't handal it all. many residents are reluctant to leave. >> we'll stay on it. >> they're allowing displaced voters to cast ballot at any polling site they reach tuesday. in new jersey, watchdog drups are threatening a lawsuit over rules allowing displaced residents voting by e-mail without sending a paper backup as the overseas voters are required to do. stocks started the week up. dow gained 19 today. s&p 500 was up 3. nasdaq finished ahead 17-1/2. still ahead, we will check in with reporters in the key states for the last minute
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>> bret: welcome back to fox news election headquarters in new york. let's get thoughts now on the final day. final days before the polls open across the country from syndicated columnist charles krauthammer who joins us from washington, d.c. good evening, charles. a lot of talk about paths to victory possibly for governor romney. what do you see? >> talk about how difficult and narrow the romney path is. it's not. you have to start with one thing. you have to keep the solid south. i have every confidence he will win in florida and north carolina and virginia. if he doesn't win the south, he won't win elsewhere anyway. if you start with that assumption, which i do, then
he has three paths. he can do ohio, ohio plus new hampshire. new hampshire is a dead heat. ohio is close. but there intensity with romney. and also republicans tend to be undercounted in the pols anyway. if romney does that, he wins. if not ohio, he can do it through colorado plus wisconsin. colorado is a dead heat. wisconsin, he is behind. but wisconsin is solidly republican for the last two years through the midterm and three le calls. they're organized and they have intensity and a favorite son paul ryan. if obama doesn't win any of the states you can do it one way. pennsylvania. why? because it's virgin country. no anti-romney ads laid down like in ohio. romney is courting $10 million, in the last week to $3 million for the democra democrats. he needs one electoral vote.
half of the state is the congressional district, new hampshire or colorado or anything. so i think he has a path to any one of those three would work. >> charles, we talk about it on the panel of what they're running on, both candidates. what about president obama's closing argument? >> i don't think he has got one. the same as the old argument. the argument is romney is bad guy. trust me. i don't think that sells. what you've got is obama having a bit of a surge last week when the race was frozen, the national polls. obama was behind by five. obama rallied. looking at the polls yesterday and today, romney is back ahead one or two in the national. that could sway over the battleground state. >> see you tomorrow. thank you. >> pleasure. current and former
intelligence officials tell fox news classified stable in benghazi libya could not defend itself against a coordinated attack. most certainly would have gone to the white house. national security staff. also today, more questions about what president obama said. immediately following the deadly assault. cbs news has released another segment of its interview with the president. conducted one day after the murder of the u.s. ambassador and three other americans. >> this morning, you went out of your way to avoid the use of the word terrornist connection with the libya attack. >> i can't believe this was a terrorist attack. >> it's too early to know exactly how this came about. what group was involved. it was an attack on americans. we are going to be working with the libyan government to make sure that we bring folks to justice. one way or the other. >> bret: that was not seen before. this afternoon, republican senator lindsey graham said
this video from cbs news which only came to light yesterday, what did it play -- would vit played an important role of putting the record in straight and put together the false narratives the obama administration tried to create? >> no grapevine tonight to bring you more campaign news. when we come back, we check in with the reporters in the big battleground state with hours to go before polls open. [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away
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>> bret: this is the final evening of campaigning for the presidential candidate. check in with reporters in some states that the election could be won or lost. doug mckelway is in paul ryan's home state of wisconsin. mike emanuel in northern virginia. steve harrigan in the hotly contested swing state of florida. we begin in colorado where candidates an running makes made 40 stops since january. according to the colorado secretary of state office, 1.7 million registered voter cast ballots, more than half the active electorate here. republicans have an edge in early balloting. followed by democrats a unaffiliated. there are reports of voting machine with the wrong selection in colorado and another county, one machine was pulled offline. the real clear politics
average of polls president obama lead is 1.5%. a tie. now to florida, we find steve harrigan. >> early voting was it can nickly supposed to stop in florida. saturday at 7:00 p.m. it has gone on across the state. there is complaining about the process so far in florida. the long lines. three hours in places like miami dade county. the reasons are several. for one, reduced days of early voting from 4 to 8 days. the longest ballot in florida's history. 12 pages both sides. they are confident it will go smoother. there are 10,000 places to cast a ballot across the state. now to virginia and mike emanuel.
>> the experts at the early of virginia predict the record turn-out here with four million voters expected to cast ballot. the governor did two events, on the campus of george mason university in fairfax. the message voters will play a crucial role in terms the winner of the election. democratic side, biden spent much of the day in virginia, including an event in sterling. biden told reporter he isthes the democrats will win overall election. the temperatures are expected to be in the 50s. chance of precipitation after the polls close. >> no could land on the fox
valley or fox river valley. men who are neither reliably republican or democrat. they tailgateed at lambeau field. the heart of fox valley. green bay, richmond, lacrosse. they went for george bush in 2004. they went for walker in june. real clear politics points to obama up over romney by 4.2% in an average of polls here. that they call a tossup. republicans believe that the ground game that propelled governor walker to victory will propel romney to victory tomorrow. the democrats have a good
ground game through organized labor and community organizing. that's it from wisconsin. back to you. >> thank you. of course we'll deal with the presidential election. we are dealing with the u.s. house and senate. balance of power as we call it. in the senate; 53-47. two independents caucus with the democrats. the what-if board, these are the races of this time. this is the breakdown with the independents counted as democrats here. the democratic races they could pick up. in maine, the independent there, angus king is leading by a lot. he may caucus with the democrats. we don't know for sure. indiana, a close race. a red state. possibly murdoch could pull out the race.
you have a number of races tight here. tommy thompson could pull out a win. nebraska, north dakota and montana. you have three races in traditionally blue states, besides missouri which is claire mccaskill. she is expected to win in that state. at least right now. but the polls are tight. missouri and pennsylvania, what of those? pennsylvania is the story of the night. romney wins and pennsylvania goes to tom smith against bob casey. then look what you have. 50 to 50 in the u.s. senate. if it's a president elect romney, lit be a vice president -- it will be vice president elect ryan. that is the tie-breaking vote in senate.
republicans would control the senate. this is a good night for the republicans. what if scenario. democrats say they can change the tide on number of the different races. the what if could develop throughout the night. as we look at the balance of power. it's almost here. we will preview the 2012 election. with an expanded version of the fox all-stars, when we come back. [ forsythe ] we don't just come up here for the view up in alaska.
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the president promised change but it can't be measured in speeches. it's measured in achievement. >> president obama today in wisconsin. the campaigning continues. national polls stand at this tonight -- president obama 48.8%. governor romney 48.1%. the polls have been tied. ohio, real clear politics average. we talked about ohio, the average of the most recent polls there and the president holding roughly a three-point lead over governor romney. let's bring in the panel. steve hayes for the "weekly standard." kirsten powers columnist for the daily beast. brit hume, and "fox news sunday" host chris wallace. we do talking, chris, with the campaigns, to try to get a sense of where their head is heading in the day. when you report like that, you get spun about what they want
but you get nuggets of information. >> my favorite nugget is that the romney campaign has project orca. like the killer whale. that is 20,000 volunteers out in the field tomorrow. mico targeting. if they haven't voted how do they get them to vote. why is it project orca? it turns out that the obama campaign earlier had project narwahl. that is also a kind of whale. this was data money, something different. guess what? orca prey on and eat narwahl so advantage romney. [ laughter ] >> bret: do you have any animal stories you can bring? >> i love that! >> my sense about this is simple. we're looking at a national race for all intents and
purposes tied. a set of polls that suggest obama is leading in most pol polls. president obama will win and that is what people think. that is the conventionm wisdom. a number of polls has large number of democrats in the sample. more democrats in some cases than turned out by percentage on election day four years ago. which was a big year for democrats. they don't expect to have as big a year. the polls are troubling. now, it would be unprecedented for this many polls reflecting a similar outcome to be wrong. which is why people are reluctant to draw a conclusio conclusion. >> the democrats out the and they always have the early voting.
is it enough for the hard totals to counteract enthusiasm of the republicans? >> obama campaign think it is. look at how many romney has to win with the early voting they are in are a strong position. what everybody is focused on, are the polls correct and oversampling democrats. everybody who is making predictions are sort of buying in to one view or the other. it tend to buy in the view that i think that probably i mean across the board, the polls are probably basically right. they seem stogie with what internal polls, at least i heard, of statewide campaigns have. in the states. and i think that obama is up -- they're not neck and neck in the state. he is up quite a few points which is not minor. the obama campaign argue they have a ground game that adds
points. that is why they feel good about the prospect tomorrow. >> polls don't estimate turn turn-out. as fun as is it to talk about polls. we don't need to. one thing we know on the hard evidence. the data. this is not 2008. not going to look like 2008. the modeling from 2008 or in the last week that suggested a greater turn-out and enthusiasm for president obama in places like ohio that won't happen base on what we have seen unless there is some insane turn-out that nobody expects and might be impossible. based on that information -- question is does 2019 look
more in terms of the turn-out model like 2008 or 2004? republicans you talk to, romney officials say we don't need turn-out to look like tuar to win. if it's not 2008 and the republicans and conservatives who we expect to turn out actually go to the polls, we're going to win. >> number is d plus 7. in 2008, the democrats, obama got seven points higher more democrats than republicans. if i's d-7, obama wins. d-7-plus, obama will win. if it's d-4, or d.3 for republicans, romney wins. you are right. all about what the actual turn-out is. if it's like 2008 romney peel would agree they will lose. but they don't think that is what it will be. >> so gallup, granddaddy of them all, experienced pollster of them all to do the screen
to see who will vote longer than anybody and largest set of questions i asked. they came out today with the last poll. they had it tied. sample was r-plus-1, i believe. holy cow. >> if it's that romney wins. >> bret: big. >> big. yeah. >> what is interesting also is pennsylvania. i think democrats will now concede that pennsylvania is at least on the map. to send former president clinton there to four stops, to send money, kirsten, it's no longer just a desperate ploy. it seems like they are playing the game. >> all the democrats i have spoken to, they don't think it's in play. they are mystified by the fact -- >> mystified -- >> yeah, that president clinton is there. i can't tell you how manyteams who follow the polling closely said pennsylvania is not going republican. so there is a lot of confidence. i'm not saying this is correct. i'm just saying there is confidence when you talk to
the democrats who really follow the polling, follow all of the polling that is going on around the country. not, i can't tell you how many times i told today pennsylvania not in play. >> i had a series of conversations about pennsylvania because i'm somewhat obsessed with pennsylvania. i think pennsylvania is real. it's possible. >> bret: more from the panel about the closing arguments when we return. a hybrid? most are just no fun to drive. now, here's one that will make you feel alive. meet the five-passenger ford c-max hybrid. c-max says ha.
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anyone who wonders whether better jobs and better paychecks are a thing of the past, i have a clear and unequivocal message. with the right leadership, america is about to come roaring back. >> this should not be that complicated. we tried our ideas, they worked. the idea grew. we created jobs. we tried their ideas, they didn't work. the economy didn't grow. not as many jobs. deficit went up. >> bret: the closing arguments in the final hours. we're back with the panel. what about the closing arguments and what the two candidates are running on? >> well, for obama it's simple. in fact, despite some of the statistics, his policies have worked, they just need more time to work, and romney is a bad guy, romney is lying about what he is representing himself as, that he is not the moderate he portrayed himself at. a rubber stamp of very congress servetive, congressional -- conservative congressional republicans and he will take us back.
simple argument. >> look at the two closing arguments, i would rather make the one that romney is making than the one president obama is making. the president is burdened by a record on some very big issues, principally including the economy he has not done what he said he would do. that is a huge problem for him. so necessarily a larger component of dumping on the other guy in the closing argument than in romney. romney talking about hope and change. that is what obama talked about four years ago. more uplifting final argument to make. it looks just watching romney, he looks happier and more comfortable with himself making it. the president seems a little weary. a little hoarse. and glad to have it over with. i think that is what romney is doing and saying that may be more attractive. doesn't want to win, though. >> kirsten? >> i think the line america will come roaring back a strong line. you know, aspirational. thing people want to hear. we're not where we want to be. he is going to give us something better.
i think romney is doing a great job in closing arguments. the president is measured against himself four years ago. which is a hard thing to be measured against. you know, so he does have a record to talk about. i think at the same time he is doing a good job to get people fired up. getting the base fired up. which is what he needs to do. people like him still. you know, even though people aren't happy with the direction of the country they like the president. >> bret: likability numbers seem to slip in recent days, in fact, romney on some polls was out-performing president obama in likability, which is shocking if you look back a few weeks. there was no way that is going to happen. >> it was. that is a main function that president is making the argument he is making. if you go to april, in effect the beginning of the general election, there is a symmetry to the arguments that we're seeing today, where you got romney manging a big, optimistic hopeful argumentment the president saying, as chris said, that guy is bad. not going to work.
the president is saying we tried hard and will do better next time. romney is saying i don't care how hard you tried. you haven't produced results. that is the debate. >> revenge thing was unfortunate comment for obama. obama is saying volt for revenge. these guys screwed you in the past and they'll do it again. romney says vote for love of country. bad contrast from obama's point of view. >> if i were president obama what would i wish for sat some point in last week? governor romney out there talking about he is the one that will be doing a great job reaching out to the other party. then tv pictures of the president, with governor christie in new jersey, post hurricane. walking around. the republican governor. romney-backing republican governor praising him. good stuff for him. >> bret: that is it for the panel. thank you. stay tuned to see how a future
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more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. >> bret: finally tonight, on this election eve, we know a lot of you went out early voting. many of you though are gearing up to go out and vote tomorrow, at least those of you who are old enough. for those of how are not old enough to vote though, that idea can be very disappointing. [crying] >> what's wrong? >> i'm ready to vote. >> you are not old enough to vote. [crying] >> you can't vote yet. you are not big enough to vote. you have to be grown up to vote. [crying] >> do you know what they are voting for? >> what? >> do you know they are voting for the president of the united states. >> i wanted to vote. >> bret: just let her vote. >> exactly. >> bret: please join megyn